La Casita , La Azohía
Submitted: December 27, 2009
Stayed: October 2009
Review of La Casita , La Azohía
Top tip to drivers, If this your first time La Azohía, make sure you arrive with plenty of daylight. The road down to the coast is very steep and winding with deep ravines if you make a mistake. The surface of the road is very good but at night in poor weather? Please don`t do it. We did, but won`t again. When you see it in the daylight the views down to the coast are breath taking and build an anticipation of what`s to come. You won`t be disappointed. That is, if you like it quiet. That`s quiet as in very quiet.
From the apartment it is a 10 min stroll to the beach. Turning right when you reach the beach is a lovely walk along a newly paved palm tree lined footpath. On your right are some exclusive villas were no-one seems to live. On your left is a sandy beach sloping gently into the blue Mediterranean sea. There are no shops, bars or ant kind of retail outlet.
If you turn left, the beach is less sandy. A walk down here takes you past four or five bars/restaurants and a little Spanish grocery store which in all honesty is not very good. It`s a 15 minute drive to the supermarkets in Puerto de Mazarrón
You take your pick but our favorite little bar was the one past the jetty were the road ends.
The apartment itself is superbly situated with the most fabulous views. It is well appointed with every utensil you could think of. The owner has provided a mass of information about the area, thank you.
If you intend to do any walking take some good walking shoes.
I would highly recommend this apartment if you like it quiet. We loved it, thank you.
Ron & Sheila
Families with Young Children,
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